Méandres is a photographic series on memory. By combining projection and photography, the series questions the relationship we have with memory. Is the memory of places, of the intimate, of the other constructed? Are there false memories? Is the memory fixed? What role do social conventions play in the making of family memories?
By exploring the meanders of a river, the series addresses in images the inner tension between the past and the present in the making of memories. Like a foray into the meandering of memory, the images seek to represent the ambivalence and fragility of thought in the experience of grief.